Due to the long lines and disconnections during the Open Beta of Diablo 4, you may have encountered certain issues. In this regard, it seems that these issues will not be repeated until the official release of the Blizzard title.
Rod Fergusson, Diablo's general manager, said the agency's objective in an interview with the NME portal's microphones was to reassure users, while also revealing the goals of a testing phase such as the one that just ended this evening and will resume next Friday.
Fergusson's words are presented in this video.
“Today the term Beta is misunderstood, because often those games that are similar to a demo are called Betas, which have a minor marketing purpose.”
"We released six new features over the weekend, and addressed dozens of issues that will affect both this weekend and at launch."
Due to the issues encountered during the testing phase, long lines and disconnect errors at launch should not be encountered again. Moreover, the arrival ofEarly Access June 2, 2023, available only with the most expensive editions of the title, can help the software house to better manage the flow of users on the servers.
While you wait to see how things will go, we recommend you read the guide to the best class before you begin playing the Diablo 4 Open Beta, which will resume on Friday 24 March 2023 and will be accessible to everyone on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.